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November 2018

Woodworking Machinery Fair in 2019 again connects upstream and downstream in the Industry

30-11-2018

The Shanghai International Furniture Machinery & Woodworking Machinery Fair (WMF) has achieved great success in 2018. Exhibitors and buyers found the fair fruitful where they could see upstream and downstream enterprises in furniture and woodworking industry gathering at the same platform. In view of that, WMF will be held again on 8-11 …

Special show at DOMOTEX 2019

29-11-2018

The WOOD LIFECYCLE exhibition puts wood in all its glory as a natural material on center stage at DOMOTEX 2019, the leading trade fair for floor coverings, which runs from 11 to 14 January in Hannover, Germany. Inspired by the trade fair's keynote theme, CREATE'N'CONNECT , leading Italian providers, including Tabu, Kerakoll, …

LIGNA 2019: Number one platform for the wood-based industries

27-11-2018

The upcoming LIGNA, which runs from 27 to 31 May 2019, is not just a place for discovering the latest innovations, closing deals and networking. As well as its wealth of exhibits from around the world, the trade show features a large number of special showcases for all areas of the wood processing and woodworking industries. LIGNA.Forum Next …

Design Shanghai unveils new content for sixth edition

26-11-2018

Design Shanghai returns in 2019 for the sixth edition of the fair. Focused on bringing together exceptional design, quality and inspiration, Design Shanghai is Asia’s biggest design event welcoming almost 70,000 visitors from across the world as well as some of the most recognised and established global design brands and emerging design …

Editor’s pickWeinig expands in the U.S.

23-11-2018
Weinig, Holz-Her, expansion, U.S., Anaheim, California, Expocenter

Weinig and Holz-Her are strengthening their market presence in North America. The subsidiary of the German Weinig Group, which has been operating from Mooresville in the east of the USA since 1976, is opening an additional location on the West Coast. From December this year, the wide portfolio of the leading technology provider for solid wood …

Editor’s pickSCM's "Smart&Human Factory" is here

22-11-2018

The Open House event of the world leader in the field of secondary woodworking technologies to be held in Rimini, from 31 January to 2 February 2019. The spotlight will be on highly flexible and modular automation systems and man-robot interaction systems A cutting-edge production model, with digital and automation systems capable of ensuring …

CIFF guangzhouu: The most influential platform for trade and product launch

21-11-2018

The 43rd edition of CIFF (China International Furniture Fair), which will take place at in Guangzhou over two phases - it is divided according to product sector: the first, from 18 to 21 March 2019, is dedicated to home furnishings, outdoor and leisure furniture, home décor and home textiles; the second, from 28 to 31 March, will be for …

LIGNA 2019: Showcases and events for the primary wood industry

21-11-2018

Next year, from 27 to 31 May, the world's leading trade fair for woodworking and wood processing plant, machinery and tools will present a wealth of innovations and applications for the entire wood industry. LIGNA 2019 will occupy some 130,000 square meters (1.4 million sq. ft.) of net display space, spread across 10 exhibition halls and the …

Editor’s pick“Useful information, successful presentations”: Siempelkamp customer symposium in Istanbul impresses around 100 participants

21-11-2018

An active knowledge and experience transfer on a partner-like level took place in Istanbul in October: The second Siempelkamp customer symposium attracted around 100 participants from the Turkish wood-based materials industry.   The inviting party was the Siempelkamp office in Istanbul, whose eight employees work right at the pulse of the …

Editor’s pickKarl Miller Center, by Behnisch Architekten + SRG Partnership

20-11-2018
Karl Miller Center, Behnisch Architekten, SRG Partnership, Portland State University's School of Business

Located in downtown Portland, the Karl Miller Center is home to Portland State University’s School of Business, and is part of the city’s rich network of public spaces and diverse urban uses. That wasn’t always the case. The original building, which was a 100,000 square-foot 1970s structure, did not include space for students to …

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